This is a small and powerful amp that can connect any guitar iPod

I made this this casing out of a Toyota motor oil can

Step 1: Parts That You Gonna Need



10uf -3


10k Potentiometer





4ohm speaker

1/4 inch aux base

1/4 inch to 3.5 mm audio converter

piece of perf board

Toggle Switch

9v battery clip

Step 2: Schematics

Step 3: Things That in This Guitar AMP

Step 4: DEMO

this is just a idea you can make awesome covers like i do here be creative and do more recycling and save earth

hope you all enjoy my intractable if you have any question feel free to comment thank you !

<p>Should go well with these...<br><a href="https://www.bohemianguitars.com/" rel="nofollow">https://www.bohemianguitars.com/</a></p>
<p>$350 for basically a CBG ? nice job if you can get it</p>
<p>sound quality</p>
Thanks for the idea @gravityisweak
<p>What is the sound quality?</p>
<p>Some will say the sound is kinda...<br>(&bull;_&bull;) <br>( &bull;_&bull;)&gt;⌐□-□ <br>(⌐□_□) ...tinny.</p><p>YYYYEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!</p>
<p>can the value of components in circuit may vary..?</p>
<p>that schematic has a few extra parts than the 200 gain suggested on the datasheet (http://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/lm386.pdf) may i ask what it adds?</p>
<p>Tiene que sonar un poco a lata no? jeje</p>
<p>Your device seems to have a pilot lamp on it, and a power switch, that your schematic omits. You are also missing the 1K2 resistor on pin 1 for the standard 50 gain circuit too. Although looking at a group of schematics on the net I see lots of people seem to leave that part out. C2 should be a non-polar device.</p>
<p>i didn't add the pilot light on schematics and i didn't use non-polar</p><p> cap for C2 but it works fine thanks for telling me about the pin 1 problem appreciate your help my friend </p>
I was under the impression non-porous caps were better with high frequencies.
<p>I did not say it is a problem. As many schematics omit the part. The reference schematic has it though. I did not build the circuit with, and without it, in order to see what the difference was myself. Though I have built it with it, and I know it works OK then.</p><p>You can see it here </p><p><a href="https://www.instructables.com/id/Breadboarding-Fun/" rel="nofollow">https://www.instructables.com/id/Breadboarding-Fun/</a></p><p>I happened to use an LM386 to boost the power output of something I was noodling around with in this instance.</p>
<p>tnx mate </p>
<p>I like the concept here, but for many instructables users a schematic with a parts list will not be enough for them to reproduce this build. It is likely that if someone can reproduce a working amp from these schematics alone they are probably familiar enough with electronics that they have already built circuits like this. I think step by step photos would be helpful, as well as some photos of the construction process and go a long way towards increasing the quality of the instructable. Thanks for sharing this.</p>

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